This book provides succinct guidance on the management of the maintenance of construction plant, bringing together information which is only currently found dispersed amongst other publications. Topics covered include: costs of maintenance; condition-based monitoring techniques; root cause failure analysis; health and safety; electronic documentation and record keeping; and directions for future research. Where appropriate, standard charts and reports - which can be adapted and used by the reader - are included. Chapters include: introduction to construction plant; the need to maintain construction plant and equipment; the costs of plant ownership; predictive and fixed time to maintenance strategies; condition based predictive maintenance techniques; CBPM: uses oil analysis; proactive maintenance; safety training and plant operators' procedures; record keeping and the application of information; technology.0 Reduced incidence of breakdown through forecasting: Breakdown is a double- edged sword. With reference ... Disadvantages. of. predictive. maintenance. The advantages of predictive maintenance far outweigh the disadvantages. However anbsp;...
|Title||:||Maintenance Management of Heavy Duty Construction Plant and Equipment|
|Author||:||David Edwards, Gary Holt, Frank Harris|
|Publisher||:||Chartridge Books Oxford - 1998-01-01|